Is Cambodia communist?
no Cambodia is a democracy and. It became that way after 1975 when Karma Rouge was ; well something happened to him I don't know. It has a multitude of religious beliefs and seems peaceful, I hope. There are many languages spoken and English is one of them ! Yea
April 1975 April 17, 1975
No foreign nation took over Cambodia. The communist backed Cambodian Rebel's called the Khmer Rouge took over Cambodia.. Vietnam briefly occupied Cambodia in the late 1970's …to set up a new government that could control it's own borders better. Cambodian rebels kept causing problems on the Cambodian/Vietnamese border, so the Viet's had had enough of it, and invaded Cambodia to clean up the place.
Cambodia could not control their borders; crime and illegal border incidents continued to occur. The Vietnamese Army had to enter Cambodia, and administer some "organization" …to them.
Cambodia is not a communist country. It is a kingdom and democratically governed.
After gaining independence from France, Cambodia became a constitutional monarchy under Norodom Sihanouk. Although believed to be sympathetic to the communists, Cambodia remai…ned a constitutional monarchy until Sihanouk was overthrown by Lon Nol with US backing. As the war in Vietnam was ending, the Khmer Rouge (Red Cambodians) took control of Cambodia and established a particularly rigid and bloody form of communism.
The Khmer Rouge took control of Cambodia in 1975. Their leader wasPol Pot, who instituted a reign of terror in the country. It isestimated that three million people died befor…e he Khmer Rouge wasdeposed in 1979.
The Khmer Rouge was the communist group that seized control ofCambodia in 1975. They instigated the Cambodian Genocide, whichkilled three million people. The Khmer Rouge was d…eposed in 1979 bythe Vietnamese army.
Khmer Rouge, they are infamous for the mass killings of Cambodians everywhere in the country. If a person is suspected of being educated or just even wearing glasses, he/she w…ould be executed. They emptied out the capital city of Phnom Penh by forcing its inhabitants out to work on the fields for agriculture. It is believed that 1/4 - 1/3 of Cambodia's population perished under their rule.
In Vietnam War
No. The exact reverse happened. Laos and Cambodia wereWestern-oriented constitutional monarchies in 1960. By the end ofthe Vietnam War in 1975, both countries became Communist…dictatorships.
D uring Vietnam War, Cambodian King, Norodom Sihanouk wanted the South and North Vietnam to become one country again. He also allowed North Vietnamese to station in Cambodia. …When US came to help South Vietnam fought the North, US overthrew Cambodian King and replaced with pro-American prime minister, Lon Nol who supported US. Lon Nol allowed Idiot Nixon and Kissinger to drop illegal bombs on Cambodia lands. Nixon and Kissinger did this illegally and kept secret from Americans in mainland. These two stupid dogs believed that North Vietnamese were in the location that they were targeted. But they weren't; American bombs Cambodia for about 2-3 years, more than 500,000 Cambodian civilians were killed and injured. Million of people became homeless and migrated to the capital city, Phnom Penh. While the country was in an ugly shape, Pol Pot(a communist leader) pretended to come and help Cambodians. Pol Pot was a Cambodian scholar who studied abroad in France. He opposed the western technologies. He wanted the country to go back to the year that Cambodia was an empire(12 century). In 1975, he demanded for the evacuation of the cities, all people were forced to march to the country sides, to doing tasks on the field with there bare hands. The Cambodian Genocide then took place from 1975-1979. Who to blame: Cambodia, Vietnam, and US(Only the two ******* stupid Nixon and Kissinger).
Collectively they were called the "Red Cambodians" in English, much as communist China was known as Red China; however, this exonym was never used, their endonym was a Cambodi…an/French word, the "Khmer Rouge." Though they incarnated under different party names, their endonym endured throughout. They continued to operate at an organisational level until the turn of the 21st Century; however, there are many individuals who would call themselves Khmer Rouge today.